A Federal Government policy concession has paved the way for institutional investment into Australia’s emerging build-to-rent sector.
Schools in China offering Western-style education are becoming a must-have for parents looking to give their children a leg-up in a global world.
As competition tightens in core sectors in Australia, investors are looking to diversify into Alternative real estate for risk-adjusted returns.
A shortage of opportunities in core real estate is forcing Australian investors to look at alternative asset classes.
Alternative assets have experienced spectacular growth since 2010, with research from JLL showing global investment volumes for the sector reached a record high in 2016.
Equity funds and investment managers have tripled their investment in alternative real estate assets -such as student housing and data centres – in the last five years.
Investors are increasingly turning to alternatives in the hunt for asset diversification.